29.3.12

Bak Chor Mee & Japanese Street Food

My brother was always talking about delicious Bak Chor Mee & Japanese Street Food that he wanted to bring us and try out.
We arrived at Carpenter Street and turn left into Circular Road to search for BK Eating House for the Bak Chor Mee.

Here's BK Eating House, we were rushing because it was going to rain so I quickly take a quick shot. The area has many Office Buildings and working adults wearing long sleeves don't mind sweating eating lunch at BK Eating House.

The 24-hour Stall at BK Eating House, Yan Kee Noodle House selling Dry/Soup Noodles, if you like Mee Sua you can try their Specialty Dried Mee Sua.

Here comes my Bak Chor Mee, Bak Chor means "minced meat" and Mee means "Noodles". 
The Noodles I choose was Mee Pok because Mee Pok is thicker than other Noodles which are thinner =X

Mika and my brother had Mee Sua for their Noodle Choice.

My Brother was too hungry and ordered Nasi Lemak as well.


BK Eating House's Address92 Circular Road, Singapore 049443


Price of the Bak Chor Mee: $3.50


Is it the best Bak Chor Mee in Singapore? 
To me it's normal and not the best but to my Brother who likes Noodle Choice Mee Sua rated it very high. 


Will I go back again? 
I will say no but some customers will because different preferences =X

After watching The Hunger games, we head down to ION Orchard which my Brother have always crave for Takoyaki.
ION Orchard #B4-67/68

After seeing the long queue at Gindaco[Closed], it's gonna be delicious without tasting!!


Japanese Street Food 1, Takoyaki!! This is the must try stuffs at Gindaco they have 1 of the most popular & delicious Takoyaki in Singapore!~ Now they have expanded providing Yakisoba and Taiyaki.


4 for $3.60 and 8 for $6.40 worth it for the taste~~


Menu of Yakisoba at Gindaco.


Gindaco Tamago Yakisoba, this was also popular, but you got to wait longer =X


It cost only $5.70 with so much eggs~ Yummy ^^


We walked out of Gindaco then saw Taiyaki and all of us have some sweet craves, it was actually Gindaco's Taiyaki! 


It was really cute =D


Flavors we tried for the Taiyaki, Japanese Premium Azuki & Apple Custard.


Azuki"Red Bean" is very common but apple custard was so NICE!!~ I am going back to eat that again~ =X


Lastly, the Gindaco's Maccha Float ($2.80) was just right for all the food we ate, not sweet and Yum ^^


We will continue hunt for delicious food anywhere anytime =D

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32 comments:

  1. Your photos & over-all blog lay-out is always stunning!

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    1. Thank you Dear =D

      I love your food too ^^~

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  2. everything looks so yummy!! YUMss..

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    1. ^^ Yea babe, will go back eat again =X

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  3. mmmm... I'm hungry. hehe in future I want life in Singapore.

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    1. u have to visit Gindaco next time ^^

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  4. everything looks so good!! >< Esp the taiyaki~~ :O

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  5. everything looks so yummy! I always love your food post! Your always showing of the most yummy looking food :) I really want to try those Taiyaki fishy thingys! They look like they will taste amazing! :)

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    1. Thanks Dear ^^

      The Taiyaki is really yum yum~ I wanna eat it again =D

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  6. That Matcha float!! Looks awesome!! I love almost anything matcha ^^

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    1. The Matcha float is just nice and not so sweet =D

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  7. ughhh the food looks so good! The taiyaki T^T haha
    But I need to watch my food intake atm :( LOL

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    1. haha Dear me too! =X

      Opps I didn't lose any weight after 3kg >_<

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  8. Ahh that food looks amazing!!! Lucky you I really want to go here!

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  9. I like thicker noodles too! XD
    Uwaa japanese food :/drools~

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    1. haha I love thicker noodles =X
      The "Q'er the better" :O

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  10. The prices are quite fair, I envy you for living in Singapore and having access to all those delicious specialities.

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    1. Hunnie I envy you at USA now~ =D

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  11. The Japanese foods looks so delicious! I really want to try the Macha float!

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    1. Yes it's a must try float cos it's not so sweet~
      Feel healthy drinking it =D

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  12. Apple custard taiyaki looks so good! But only because I really like apple custard pastry puffs :)

    I love nasi lemak too, and wow, it's cool how the stall is open 24 hours! It'd be great for going for a midnight meal XD

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    1. Apple custard are so yummy I believe puffs with apple custard taste delicious too~~ <3 <3

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  13. Oh god your noodles look delicious! Taiyaki is my FAVOURITE! I love it so much, though I've only ever tried red bean filling.

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    1. Lots of eggs on the noodles =D

      Me too dear, it was my first time trying Apple custard filling in a Taiyaki =D Yummy hehe~

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  14. Hi! I will be in SG next week and will these yummy foods! :)
    Followed you through GFC
    Please follow mine, too!

    xoxo,,
    http://carmiscaprice.blogspot.com/

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    1. Glad that you have enjoy in SG Dear :)

      I have saw many wonderful places that you visited in SG <3

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  15. i hate queues! the queue looks so long XD nice photos the food looks great :3

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  16. I hate queues too =X

    Thanks Babe <3

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  17. Btw, i tried the Qoo White Grape Soda while in Makansutra SG because I read in your blog that its your favorite ( and thus, your blog name QooQoo's)

    here's a pic: http://carmiscaprice.blogspot.com/2012/04/makansutra-gluttons-bay-sg.html

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    1. I'm so glad that you tried it in SG my Dear <3

      It's really refreshing ^^ The food are amazing and your pics are lovely :)

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